Google has been fined a record 2.4 billion euros ($2.7 billion) after EU antitrust regulators concluded the first stage of their three-pronged probe into the world's most popular search engine. » Read More
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U.S. government debt prices were lower on Tuesday, as investors switched their focus to a number of speeches set to take place by leading U.S. Federal Reserve officials. » Read More
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Queen Elizabeth II's income will almost double this year, royal accounts published Tuesday showed. » Read More
One in 10 home searches nationally are "mismatched" when you compare what the buyer wants and what is available for sale, says Trulia.
The federal government said Medicaid has spent nearly $800 million on EpiPens since 2011.
Mall of America has taken a stand against the growing trend of Thanksgiving shopping and will be closed on the turkey feast this year.
Ajeet Singh, the co-founder of Nutanix, told CNBC that he is eyeing an IPO for his latest start-up, ThoughtSpot, within three years.
Jim Cramer spoke with venture capitalist Chris Sacca, who explained why he is wary of Donald Trump's wealth.
Legere on Wednesday offered on Twitter a trip to Mars for one lucky individual, provided that the offer gets more than one million retweets.
People who sign up in Obamacare coverage outside open enrollment tend to spend less time enrolled in plans.
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Patrick has had life insurance since her early 20s and says you should too.
Wells Fargo's reputation has taken a major hit on Main Street, and now Wall Street is jumping on the bandwagon.
A team at Yahoo constantly monitored its servers to check for unauthorized infiltration, like the hack of 500 million email accounts.
"We need a more resilient model for payments," Jeremy Allaire, co-founder and CEO at Circle, told CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
An overheated Samsung device led to the evacuation of Southwest Airlines flight 994 from Louisville, Kentucky, minutes before departure.
The U.S. economy's sub-par economic growth has exacerbated income gaps between the country's racial groups, a top Federal Reserve official said.
Gasoline prices could whipsaw in the coming weeks as Hurricane Matthew causes gyrations in supply and demand in the Southeast.
The NSA has lost some terrorists because of encryption, but the agency remains supportive of the use of the technology, its general counsel says.
The six-page FAFSA form is complicated, and making a mistake can be expensive for college aid prospects.
Meteorologists decide on hurricane names years in advance, and sometimes reuse them. CNBC looks at the history and politics behind naming storms.
Target and Wal-Mart share a similar vision for the future of their stores. But they're each taking a unique approach to get there.
Monsanto reported a surprise adjusted profit, helped by a drop in expenses and higher corn seed volumes.
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Let's do lunch! Starbucks CFO Scott Maw tells CNBC the coffee giant is looking to grow its food sales.
India’s Modi met Sunday with corporate America's leaders, contrasting sharply with a roundtable Trump recently held.
If you're planning a vacation, U.S. News & World Report ranked the top 30 best places to visit.
Doug Cote, Voya Investment Management; Jason Trennert, Strategas Research Partners, and Ed Keon, QMA managing director, share their outlook on the markets and economy. Investors can actually lower their risks by getting into the market now, says Cote. And Keon suggests investors may want to rotate into European equities.
EU antitrust regulators are fining Google parent company Alphabet with a record-setting $2.7 billion fine, reports "Squawk Box's" Becky Quick.
CNBC's Ylan Mui reports more Republican Senators are voicing opposition to the health care reform bill following a Congressional Budget Office report.